Friday, January 23, 2009

Online Printable Shopping Lists

Hey, it's me, again. Your online printable shopping lists are ready. I love making these menus because it keeps me a little more organized and I'm feeling like I'm doing a service for others. Namely, you! I used to pay a pretty penny for a service like this, then I realized I didn't like the menus I was receiving and it wasn't what my family liked. We wasted a lot of food and didn't save much money because we were always buying gourmet ingredients and things that were way over the top. If that's what you're looking for, you won't find it here. I use the Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book and it's just old time favorite recipes. No "Fancy Schmancy" stuff. Here's what we're having this week:

Day 1: Macaroni and Ham Scalloped 355, Peaches, Green Salad

Day 2: Burritos, Green Salad, Rice, Applesauce

Day 3: Pepperoni Pizza, Green Salad, Apple Crisp

Day 4: Chicken Patties on buns, Peas, Milk Shakes, Apple Crisp

Day 5: Chicken Stew with Dumplings 466, Rolls, Pineapple Upside Down Cake (Double Recipe)

Day 6: Tortellini, Chicken, and Vegetables 356, Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Day 7: Spinach Quiche 234, Muffins, Fruit Cocktail

Shopping List

3 Onions
6 Cooking Apples
Green Salad
3 Cups Spinach
Elbow Macaroni
1 lb. Rice
2 Cans Fruit Cocktail
1 Can Peaches
2 - 8 oz. Cans Pineapple Slices
Maraschino Cherries
1 Can Refried Beans
1 Can Chicken Broth
1 -14 1/2 oz. Can Diced Tomatoes
Cooking Wine or Apple Juice
Tomato Sauce or Pizza Sauce
Chopped Nuts or Coconut
2 Dozen Eggs
Cheddar Cheese
Mozarella Cheese
Swiss Cheese
Pizza Cheese Blend
Sour Cream
3 Gallons Milk
1/2 Cup Light Cream
2 lbs. Boneless chicken breasts
Pepperoni Slices
1 Cup Diced Fully Cooked Ham
Frozen Peas
2 Packages Frozen Mixed Vegetables
Frozen Small Whole Onions
Frozen Chicken Patties
Frozen Rolls or Make Your Own
Cheese Filled Tortellini
Single Pie Crust or Make Your Own
Vanilla Ice Cream for Apple Crisp
Chocolate Ice Cream for Milk Shakes
Hamburger Buns

Make sure you have on hand: flour, basil, pepper, salt, yeast, oil, sugar, oats, brown sugar, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, oregano, dill, garlic powder, baking powder, vanilla, thyme, corn starch, Breakfast Items, Lunch Items, and Snacks


  1. Hi Amy !

    I did a post on your blog and linked your blog on my kitchen blog, Lynn's Kitchen ! Thanks for all the great menus and shopping lists !
    You are amazing !

  2. Nothing like comfort food in the winter. Great menu items. Wow.

  3. Thanks so much, Lynn! I appreciate that. Keep visiting. Your blog is awesome, too.

    Bill, I love winter comfort food. It's still snowy here, so lots of good cooking going on.

  4. Thanks for your kind comment about my blog...BTW, I have to admire your taste in blog templates. =)

    You do an incredible job with these menus/lists. Thanks!

  5. Sue, I knew you'd like the template, since it matches yours. I only wish I could write like you do.


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